And that's what we're really doing on this app, isn't it?
Are you fine with having your closest male companion being Schmidt from "New Girl"? Schmidt (and all other respectable men, for that matter) want someone who's engaging and entertaining.
The fact that you have your standards hammered down to an exact inch makes me feel like you're extremely shallow. The fact that you like to heartlessly judge people's appearances in your free time makes you seem like an awful human being. If all of your pictures are very similar, I assume you only look good when photographed from that angle and making that expression.
If you're looking for a guy who's 6'2", weighs 186 pounds, never needed braces, rescued a puppy named Eli, was born in the Midwest, loves Jose Cuervo and is allergic to Pine-Sol, then get off of Tinder and hire a professional head hunter. Who cares if that's not actually the case, I'll never know otherwise because you did a horrible job of marketing yourself.
That doesn't mean that women can't be just as baffling at times, but often, men just simply don't have a way with words, especially when it comes to online dating.
These seemingly innocent descriptors, to the untrained eye, could be interpreted as totally normal, but seasoned online dating vets (like Urasek and yours truly) know better.